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  • Designed by Squid with the Queequeg Chapter of the Fraternal Order of Moai and produced by Tiki Farm, the 12 ounce mug is a Moai design with tattoos that symbolize health and life (the sun) and rebirth / renewal ( "koru" swirls).

    Tiki Talk

  • Watanabex says: great job koru, and these movies suck theres not one of them id watch, although that chinese chick from the sweet life of zac and cody is kinda hot

    POSTERS FOR STUFF

  • I can has blu&white argyle sox on unner mai tall laceup Tims. an always mai jade koru chokeriza spiral shape from NooZealand

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  • December 6th, 2007 at 7: 43 pm wwbd says: please ALSO note that; jhc, chode, fek, koru, agb, ss, and myself were not around either. (basically the other half that comments)

    WHY WON’T MICHELLE WILLIAMS GO AWAY?

  • Once I tried desiccated cocunut for “carrot kobbari koru” (an Andhra syle dish), it did not came out well.

    A simple Kerala meal « Salt and Pepper.

  • The Air New Zealand koru symbol came from his studio, though others had a hand in it.

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  • Estonia voted to give itself full control over its economy, introducing its own currency, the koru, to replace the ruble.

    1989, Jan

  • They could all remember, too, seeing the familiar Maori koru, the airline's logo, protruding from the snow on the DC-10's tail engine pod.

    Terra Incognita

  • The koru also appears on the Air New Zealand house flag (see illustration) and flies at international airports such as Los Angeles Airport.

    WN.com - Business News

  • The koru was first applied to the tail of Air New Zealand aircraft with the arrival of the DC-10 in 1973, and has remained ever since.

    WN.com - Business News

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  • A Maori symbol.

    September 28, 2008